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Ames' deepening relationship with Salameh held the potential for a lasting peace.
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A million died. More than seventy-five thousand women were abducted and raped. Countless children disappeared.
Homes, villages, communities, families, and relationships were destroyed. Yet, more than half a century later, little is known of the human dimensions of this event. Even where the two books cover common ground, as inevitably they do occasionally, I have approached the subjects from a different angle and treated them in a different manner.
Because I had always intended this to be a very different book, I obtained permission from such eminent scholars as Dr Otto Jespersen, who, to the great loss of scholarship, died on 30 April at his home in Denmark; Dr C.
Onions; Professor George O.
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To increase its usefulness and to bring this guide up to date, much new matter has been added in the fifth edition.
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